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Kühne+Nagel extends in Nuremberg

Wednesday, 30 November 2022

Kühne+Nagel has signed the lease for the Nuremberg II Logistics Centre for a further five years. This means that logistics experts continue to have a total of 29,695 m² of high-quality office, storage, mezzanine, and cross-docking space at their disposal.


 Nürnberg II Logistics Centre

The strategic location of the site and the excellent connection to the motorway network (the nearest junction to the A73 is only 1.3 kilometres away, from there the A6 can be reached in eight kilometres and the A9 in 13 kilometres) was one of the main reasons for Kühne+Nagel taking up residence as the first customer of the property in 2013 and now for the extension of the lease agreement. The Nuremberg II Logistics Centre is located directly next to the Bayernhafen and Nuremberg's freight traffic centre, where a good four million tonnes of goods are handled by ship and rail each year. This makes Bayernhafen Nuremberg one of Europe's most important freight transport and logistics centres. 



Christmas tree

Long enjoyment of the evergreen Christmas tree at Kühne+Nagel

With the planting of a Christmas tree in the outdoor area of the Nuremberg II Logistics Centre, the logistics company Kühne+Nagel and Goodman are also putting the idea of sustainability into practice during the Advent season. Kühne+Nagel employees will be able to enjoy the tree for a long time, as it will be planted outside in the canteen's field of view.

"We are very happy about the Christmas tree that touches the heart. This is especially important in these challenging times. It's just as nice that the tree will stay with us and be an eye-catcher in summer too," says Goran Susak, senior branch manager at Kühne+Nagel Nuremberg. 

The planting of the Christmas tree is the prelude to a redesign of the property's outdoor facilities, including the installation of charging stations for electric vehicles. The implementation of these measures is to begin this year.